Inspiring, informing and supporting young people in Wales into careers in the creative industries

The Creative Careers Programme Cymru (CCP Cymru programme) is in its pilot year, and has already delivered training sessions to 225 careers advisers from across Wales, supporting their knowledge of the varied roles which make up the sector, and the transferability of skills and roles from one area to another.

Funded by Welsh Government as part of Creative Wales, the Creative Careers Programme Cymru / Rhaglen Gyrfaoedd Creadigol Cymru (CCP Cymru) is led by Creative & Cultural Skills in partnership with Arts Council of Wales, Ffilm Cymru, ScreenSkills and Trac Cymru.

Digital Discover! Creative Careers Week

From 23-27 November 2020, we will launch a digital programme of new creative careers information and videos for any young person or new entrant to the sector.

This will be presented on discovercreative.careers website and Discover! Creative Careers YouTube channel. This is available to schools, careers advisers, young people and new entrants to the sector.

Register here to be the first to know when this goes live.

Careers advisors conference

On 9th December programme we will deliver an online conference for careers advisers to engage with industry professionals in interactive sessions where demonstrations of sector-specific skills will be given.

This aims to improve awareness and understanding of the breadth of opportunities across the creative industries among careers advisers, thereby improving the advice and guidance given to young people.

There will be two identical sessions available on this day, with a maximum of 90 participants.

Register here to attend:

 

CCP Cymru follows the success of the Creative Careers Programme in England, which launched in 2019 and delivered over 1000 hands-on experiences and introduce over 90,000 young people to the range of job roles the cultural sector.

This programme will continue with its own Digital Discover! Week in early 2021, in partnership with ScreenSkills and the Creative Industries Federation.

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